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E. M. Forster 33 The street and the river were dirty yellow, the bridge was dirty grey, and the hills were dirty purple. ” said Mr. Beebe. “Poor Charlotte will be sopped,” was Lucy’s reply. The expedition was typical of Miss Bartlett, who would return cold, tired, hungry, and angelic, with a ruined skirt, a pulpy Baedeker, and a tickling cough in her throat. On another day, when the whole world was singing and the air ran into the mouth. like wine, she would refuse to stir from the drawing-room, saying that she was an old thing, and no fit companion for a hearty girl.
And guides to dodge round the pillars, and an old lady with her dog, and here and there a priest modestly edging to his Mass through the groups of tourists. But Mr. Emerson was only half interested. He watched the lecturer, whose success he believed he had impaired, and then he anxiously watched his son. ” he said uneasily. ” “I like Giotto,” she replied. “It is so wonderful what they say about his tactile values. ” “So you ought. A baby is worth a dozen saints. ” French anxiously: de manière inquiète, de façon inquiète.
Passed: passé. perfectly: parfaitement, de façon parfaite, de manière parfaite. ready: prêt, disponible. solitude: solitude. thinking: pensant, pensée. tribute: tribut, hommage. 48 A Room with a View At breakfast next morning she took decisive action. There were two plans between which she had to choose. Mr. Beebe was walking up to the Torre del Gallo with the Emersons and some American ladies. Would Miss Bartlett and Miss Honeychurch join the party? Charlotte declined for herself; she had been there in the rain the previous afternoon.
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